Jean Renwick

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Jean Renwick Poems

41. Life 6/29/2009
42. Remembering Divinity 6/30/2009
43. Passage 6/30/2009
44. Awakening 6/30/2009
45. Aftermath 6/30/2009
46. Retrospective 6/30/2009
47. I Can'T Explain 6/30/2009
48. Into The Night 6/30/2009
49. In Thrall 6/30/2009
50. Your Voice Calms Me 6/30/2009
51. Just One Glance 7/2/2009
52. Choices 7/2/2009
53. Thwarted By Ignorance 7/2/2009
54. Fear 7/2/2009
55. Possession 7/2/2009
56. Suspended 8/12/2010
57. Restaurant 8/17/2010
58. Terry Guilderoy 8/17/2010
59. Soldier 8/17/2010
60. Everyday Night 8/17/2010
61. Phoenix 8/17/2010
62. Azure 8/17/2010
63. Black-Winged Rose 8/17/2010
64. 15 8/17/2010
65. Song 8/17/2010
66. I Wish You Well 8/17/2010
67. Moorland 3/31/2013
68. Bruises 3/31/2013
69. I Wandered Unknown 3/31/2013
70. Newton's Disc 3/31/2013
71. Lapse During A Moment Of Sadness 1/25/2014
72. Behold, Mine Eyes 7/2/2009
73. Anna (Pieces Of You) 7/3/2009
74. A Love So Ordinary 7/3/2009
75. Soul Kiss 7/3/2009
76. The Other Side Of The Sun 7/3/2009
77. Relinquish 7/3/2009
78. Forbidden Fruit 7/3/2009
79. Woman Of Troy 8/5/2009
80. Explorer 7/2/2009

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You And I

Your smile lights up my world
like the sun lights up our earthly one
and my heart sings out in joy.
For I have found you, or you me.
As we meld together in time, I
can no longer remember which it be.

The freshness of a Spring morn
mirrors your entrance into a room.
Your eagerness in life;
the sparrows in a fountain at play.
As we meld together in time, I
can no longer remember being without you for a day.

Your soul I do covet,
your body I do worship.
My heart beats in time with yours
for we both abide by faithfulness.
As we meld ...

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The Storm

Why does life go on
when all Hell has broken loose within?
If all around has been lost,
losing one’s self becomes the last barrier to death.

One wonders how the mind conjures up emotion.
How the attachment in the mind grows once
that of the body is severed.

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